The Gmail tutorial for beginners above features the 2014 Gmail user interface and serves as a quick-start guide to using Gmail for new and beginner users.
By watching the Gmail tutorial for 2014, users will learn how to navigate within the Gmail interface, send emails, respond to emails, access contacts, organize emails and configure their Gmail email signature.
This tutorial is quickly paced and aims to get people up and running with Gmail as quickly as possible. If you’re looking for more in-depth instruction on using Gmail, you may want to take a look at my 12 part video series on using Gmail that was published last year. Most of the Gmail interface is still the same as it was when that course was published so all of the videos should still be relevant.
Gmail is a great cloud-based email application that includes all of the standard email features and a number of features that are unique to the Gmail platform.
In the video above, I also go over the idea of email archiving in Gmail and how the “All Mail” folder in Gmail functions. One of the most beneficial aspects of using Gmail is the powerful search feature available. In the Gmail tutorial above, I show users how to use the search feature and why it can be used as a replacement for labels and folders in Gmail.
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